1. Creat a Scatter Plot of the Data. 2. Calculate r 3. Define the correlation (i.e. no correlation, moderate positive, strong positive, moderate negative, strong negative. 4. Based on the sample data, is there strong evidence to suggest that the population correlation, ρ, is significant (at α= 0.05 ) meaning that it is not zero? Use the six steps of hypothesis testing to support your answer.
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